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Military Handbook Combination Locks
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ABSTRACT
This ❑ilitary handbook provides current information and guidance on
correct procedures to follow for the installation, operetion, and
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❑aint enance of mounted combination locks and combination padlocks.
handbook addresses both key -chenge and hand-change locks.
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This handbook has been developed from an evaluation of facilities in the shore
establishment, from surveys of the availability of new materials and construction methods, and from selection of the best design practices of the Naval
Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFACENGCDli) , other Government agencies, and
the private sector.
This handbook was prepared using, to the maximum extent
feasible, national professional society, association, and institute standards.
Deviations from these criteria in the planning, engineering, design, and
construction of Naval shore facilities cannot be made without prior approval
of NAVFACENGCOM HQ Code 04.
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Design cannot remain static any more than can the functions it serves or the
technologies it uses. Accordingly, recommendations for improvement are
encouraged and should be furnished to Commanding Officer, Naval Civil
Engineering Laboratory, Code L30, Port Hueneme, CA 93043; telephone (B05)
982-1693.
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SHALL NOT BE USED AS A REFERENCE DOC~ENT
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FACILITIES CONSTRUCTION . IT IS TO BE USED IN THE PURCHASE OF FACILITIES
ENGINEERING STUDIE5 AND DESIGN (FINAL PIANS, SPECIFICATIONS, AND COST
ESTIMATES)
DO NOT REFERENCE IT IN MILITARY OR FEDERAL SPECIFICATIONS OR
OTHER PROCUREMENT DOCUMENTS
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PHYSICAL SECURITY CRITERIA NANuALS
Criteria
Manual
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Physical Security of Fixed Land-Based
Facilities
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Bolt-On Installation and Checkout Procedures
For The High-Security Hasp With Or Without
Anti-Intrusion Bar Cover
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Instruction for Design, Fabrication,
Construction/Installation
of Secure
Enclosures
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Steel-Ply Wall Hardening
Installation Guide
Intrusion Detection
Systems (IDS)
Selection
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COMBINATION
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Section 1
1.1
1.2
INTRODUCTION .........................................
Scope ................................................
Purpose ..............................................
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Section 2
2.1
2. 1.1
2. 1.2
2.1.3
2.2
2.2.1
2.2.2
GENERAL ..............................................
Combination Lock= ....................................
Group land lR Locks .................................
Mounted Combination Locks.. ..........................
General Operating Guide lines ..........................
Class ification .......................................
Mounted Combination Locks.. ..........................
Combination Padlocks .................................
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Section 3
3.1
3.2
3.2.1
KEY-CHANGE LOCKS ....................................
Genera l.............................................
Sargent & Green leaf Mounted Combination Locks. .......
Combination Change Keys for the R6700, 8400, and
8500 Series, aswelles
the8470MP ...................
8400 Series ..........................................
Opening Procedure ....................................
Securing Procedure.
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Combination Changing Procedure. ......................
Installation Procedure ...............................
Torque Adjustment ....................................
Maintenance Recommendations. .........................
8500 Series ..........................................
Opening Procedure ....................................
Securing Procedure ..................................
Combination Changing Procedure. ......................
Install ation Procedure ...............................
Torque Adjustment ...................................
Maintenance Recommendations. .........................
R6700 Series .........................................
Opening Procedure ....................................
Securing Procedure ...................................
Combination Changing Procedure. ....................
Installation Procedure ...............................
Torque Adjustment ...................................
Maintenance Recommendations. .........................
8470MP Deadbolt With Combination Lack. ...............
Opening Procedure (84oo and 8500 Series) .............
Securing Procedure ...................................
Combination Changing Procedure. .....................
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3.2.2.1
3.2.2.2
3.2.2.3
3.2.2.4
3.2.2.5
3.2.2.6
3.2.3
3.2.3.1
3.2.3.2
3.2.3.3
3.2.3.4
3.2.3.5
3.2.3.6
3.2.4
3.2.4.1
3.2.4.2
3.2.4.3
3.2.4.4
3.2.4.5
3.2.4.6
3.2.5
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3.3
3.3.1
3.3. 1.1
3.3. 1.2
3.3.1.3
3.3. 1.4
3.4
3.4.1
3.4. 1.1
3.4. 1.2
3.4. 1.3
3.4. 1.4
3.4. 1.5
3,4. 1.6
3.5
3.5.1
3.5. 1.1
3.5. 1.2
3.5. 1.3
3.5. 1.4
3.5. 1.5
3.5.2
3.5.2.1
3.5.2.2
3.5.2.3
3.5.2.4
3.5.2.5
Strike Installation ..................................
Lock Installation Procedure (8400 Series). ...........
Lock Installation Procedure (8500 Series) ............
Torque Adjustment ....................................
Maintenance Recommendations ..........................
Sargent & Greenleaf Combination Padlocks. ............
8077AB ...............................................
Opening Procedure ...................................
Securing Procedure ...................................
Combination Changing Procedure. ......................
Maintenance Recommendations ..........................
La Gard Mounted Combination Locks ....................
1980 -A RL ............................................
Opening Procedure - Factory-Set Combination. ... .....
Opening Procedure - Previous ly Set Combination. ......
Securing Procedure ...................................
Combination Changing Procedural.......................
Installation Procedure. ..............................
Maintenance Recommendations. .........................
Mosler Mounted Combination Locks .....................
MRK 120 ..............................................
Opening Procedure ....................................
Securing Procedure ...................................
Combination Changing Procedure. ......................
Installation Procedure. ..............................
MaintenanceR ecommendations. .........................
MRK 302-402 ..........................................
Opening Procedure ....................................
Securing Procedure ...................................
Combination Changing Procedure .......................
Installation Procedure ...............................
Maintenance Recommendations. .........................
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4.2. 1.4
4.2. 1.5
HAND-CHANGE LOCKS ....................................
Genera l..............................................
Mosler Mounted Combination Locks. ... ..... ........
MR 302-402 ...........................................
Opening Procedure ....................................
Securing Procedure ...................................
Combination Changing Procedure. .....................
Installation Procedure. ..............................
Maintenance Recommendations.. ........................
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Comparison Between the 6720 and 8400 Change Keys. ......
Backplane With Flat Surface. ...........................
Backplate With Raised Circular Area. ...................
Backplate With Raised Circular Area and Recessed
Keyhole ...............................................
Backplate With Slightly Recessed Circular Area. ........
Front View, Sargent and Greenleaf 8400 Series Mounted
Combination Lock .......................................
Exploded View, Sargent & Greenleaf 8400 Series Lock. ...
Sargent & Greenleaf 8400 Series With Back Cover
Removed ................................................
Front View, Sargent and Greenleaf 8500 Series Mounted
Combination Lack ......................................
Exploded View, Sargent and Greenleaf 8500 Series Lack.
Sargent & Greenleaf 8500 Series With Back Cover
Removed ................................................
Sargent & Greenleaf 8500 Series, Dial, Dial Ring,
and Spindle ............................................
Sargent & Greenleaf 8500 Series, Drive Cam with
Spline Key Inserted ....................................
Front View, Sargent and Greenleaf R700 Series Mounted
Combination Lack .......................................
Exploded View, Sargent & Greenleaf R6700 Series Imck. ..
Sargent & Greenleaf R6700 Series With Beck Cover
Removed ................................................
Front View, Sargent & Greenleaf Model 8470MP Deadbolt
with Combination Lock... ...............................
Rear View, Sargent & Greenleaf Model 8470MP Deadbolt
with Combination Lack.. ................................
Sargent & Greenleaf 8470MP, Strike No. 1...............
Sargent & Greenleaf B470MP, Strike No. 2 ...............
Sargent & Greenleaf 8470MP, Strike No. 3 ...............
Sargent & Greenleaf 8470MP, Strike No. 9 ...............
Sargent and Greenleaf Model 8077AB Combination
Padlock ................................................
Front View, La Gard Model 1980-A RL Mounted
Combination Lock .......................................
Exploded View La Gard Model 1980-A RL. .................
Change Key for the La Gard Model 1980-A RL. ............
La Gard 1980-A R48 Back Plate With Change
Key Inserted ..........................................
Front View, Mosler Model MRK 120 Mounted Combination
Lock ...................................................
Exploded View, Mosler Model MRK 120 ....................
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Chame Kev for the Mosler Model MRK 120 ................
Mos l~r Mo~el MRK 120 Backplate With Change Key in
Inserted Position ......................................
Front View, Mos ler Model MRK 302-402 Mounted
Combination Lock .......................................
Exploded View, Mosler Model MRK 302-402 ................
Change Key for the Mosler Model MRK 302-.402............
Mosler FISK 302-402 Backplate With Change Key in
Inserted Posit ion...... ................................
Front View, Mosler Model MS 302-402 Mounted
Combination Lack .......................................
Exploded View, Mosler Model MR 302-402 .................
Mosler MR302, Wheels ..................................
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Table
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Section 1:
INTRODUCTION
1.1
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This handbook provides basic instructions for the
installation, operetion, and maintenance of various mounted combination
Also included sre detailed instructions for
locks and combination pedlocks.
changing and setting combinations for hand-change and key-change combination
locks and combination padlocks.
A list of locks included in this handbook
is found in Table 1, along with other pertinent information.
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As noted in Table 1, not all of the locks are currently available
from the Defense Industrial Supply Center (DISC)
However, those no longer
stocked were at one time procured in large quantities, and are included in
this military handbook.
Whila the Sargent & Greenleaf 8500 Series and the
Mosler Models NRK 302-402 and MRK 120 were not distributed by DISC, they
were procured in large numbers direct from the manufacturer.
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This military handbook is for uae by all personnel
Purvose.
responsible for the installation, operation, and ❑aintenance of ❑ounted
com~inat ion locks and combination padlocks
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Table 1
Types of Comb inat ion Lacks
Lock
Sargent & Greenleaf
R6700 Series
Sargent & Greenleef
8400 Series
National Stock
Number (NsN)
Combinat ion
Change Type
Available from
local S&G
distributes
Key-change
Mounted lock,
Group 2
Key-change
Mounted lock,
Group lR
5340-00-264-7592
Description
Sargent & Greenleaf
8500 Series (Note 2)
Aveilable from
local S&G
distributors
Key-change
Mounted lock,
Group lR
Sargent & Greenleef
8470FIP
5340-00-671-6607
5340-01-183-5952
Key-change
Mounted lock,
Group IR,
Deadbolt with
Combination Lock
Mosler
NR(K) 302-402
Available from
manufacturer
(Note 1)
Key-change
and hand change
Mounted lock,
GIOUP lR
Mosler NRK 120
Available from
manufacturer
(Note 1)
Key-change
Mounted lock,
Group 1
Key-change
5340-00-905-4953
Mounted lock,
Group lR
5340-00-285-6523
5340-00-285-6524
Pad lock Provides
low level of
security
I,aGard Model
1980A RL
Sargent & Greenleef
8077AB Steel Sheckle
8077AB Brass Shackle
Key-change
Notes:
1. Locks, dials, and dial rings must be ordered separately.
2.
The 8500 Series locks are evailable from Sargent & Greenleaf with
Group 1 wheels , but these locks ere not to be used on security
containers due to possibility of radiological ettack.
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Section 2:
GENERAL
2.1
Combination Locks. A combination lock is any lock that requires
the use of one or more movable lettered or numbered dials to align the lock
components to open the lock. Mounted combination locks are those attached
with screws or bolts to the container, door, or equipment that the locks
secure. Combination padlocks are removable from the container or equipment
that the locks secure.
Combination locks have many components that interrelate with each
other. The wheels are the components inside the lock that must be slimed
correct ly to open the lock. O: mounted combination locks and ❑any
combination padlocks, the dial is the ❑ovable metal or plastic part on the
The wheels, spacers, and washers
frent of the lock used to turn the wheels.
constitute the wheel pack. The internal components of the lock are housed
in the lock case. On a mounted lock, a dial ring and dial are on the front
of the door or drawer head between the dial and the lock case. The bolt
projects from the case and prevents the door or drawer from opening.
2. 1.1
Group 1 and lR Locks. The Group 1 and lR locks addressed in this
handbook meet the requirements of MIL-L- 15596 Series, Locks, Combination
(Safe and Safe Locker) . Group 1 locks have brass wheels, whereas Group lR
locks have X-ray proof (Delrin) wheels.
Each lock has a thermal relock
device for protection against forced entry using thermal devices.
These
locks, along with the Sargent & Greenleaf R6700 Series (Group 2), have a
special relocking trigger for protection against punching of the spindle.
If an attempt at penetration is made through either of the above-mentioned
❑eans, the trigger will automatically deadlock the unit.
2.1.2
Mount ed Combination Locks. Each mounted combination lock is
available with either a front-reading dial or top-reading (“spy proof”)
dial. The top-reading dial permits only the person dialing the combination
Each lock is furnished with a spindle that can
to see the numbers involved.
The spindles and
be cut to suit varying thicknesses of doors or drawers.
drive cams are designed to allow the locks to be mounted in the right-hand,
left-hand, vertical-up, or vertical-down positions.
General Operating Guidelines . When operating combination
2. 1.3
setting combinations, always observe the fol lowing rules:
locks or
a) Never spin or jerk the dial. Always turn the dial slowly and
evenly, stopping exact ly on each number of the combination.
b) Passing a combination number requires restarting
combination sequenca from the beginning.
the entire
If a lock fails to operate or operates with
c) Never use force.
difficulty, request assistance from a qualified locksmith.
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d) Never close a door or drawer after setting a new combination
until the new combination is worked at least three times a“d is recorded in
accordance with security directives.
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e) On a mounted three-wheel lock, there are 1,000,000 possible
combinations.
Some combination padlocks have as many as 125,000 possible
settings.
However, because of mechanical and psychological factorg, not al 1
of these combinations are valid.
Specifically, follow these guidelines:
apart,
or
(1) No two numbers should be closer than exactly five digits
multiples of ten.
(2)
The third number should not range from O to 20 or from 85
to 100,
(3) Do not use straight ascending or descending combinations.
Examp 1es : 41-56-71, 81-58-30.
It is better to use a sequence that is HIGHLOW-HIGH or LOW-HIGH-LOW.
72-23-81, 33-67-38.
Examples:
(4)
All three numbers should not be even
(5)
All three numbers should not be odd
(6) Never set a 50-25-50 combination (the standard factory
combination sequence) on the lock of a container that holds classified
material.
when removing a container from service, set combination to
50-25-50.
(7) Do not use significant dates (birthdays, anniversaries,
basis
for
etc. ) , street addresses, telephone numbers, etc. , ss the
combinations.
(8) When locking a safe, door, or cabinet, turn the dial at
least four full revolutions in one direction.
2.2
Class ificatiq
2.2.1
Mounted Comb hat ion Locks. Underwriters Laboratories’ Standard UL
768, Standard for Combination Locks, classifies mounted combination lc,cks as
either Group 1, Group lR, or Group 2. To qualify for a Group lR rating, a
lock must be manipulation, radiographic, and thermal res ista”t. Group 2
combination locks must be reasonably resistant to unauthorized opening.
2.2.2
Combination Padlocks.
Combination padlocks are classified
according to Federal Specification FF-P-11O (Saries) , Padlock, Changeable
Combination (Rasiatant to Opening BY Manipulation and Surreptitious Attack).
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Section 3:
KEY-CHANGE
LOCKS
3.1
General.
Key-change locks require no disassembly to set new
combinations.
To change the combination, the change key provided with the
lock is inserted into a keyhole in the back coverplate.
Some key-change
locks hsve two reference marks on the disl ring. At the top of the dial
ring is the opening index. A changing index may be either s lightly to the
left or to the right of the opening index, depending on the model. When s
key-change lock has only one reference mark, the single mark is used as both
the changing and opening indexes.
Before the combination of any lock is
changed, read the entire change procedure careful ly. Read installation
instructions thoroughly before beginning an installation procedure.
3.2
Sargent & Greenleaf
Mounted Combin8~n
Locks
3.2.1
Combination Change Keys for the R6700, 8400, snd 8500 Series, as
well ss the 8470MP. To change the combination, these locks require one of
two different chsnge keys (see Figure 1) . For the four different backplate
(back cover) styles, see Figures 2 through 5. The installed backplate style
on a particular lock will determine the required change key. The first
The second, shown in
style, as shown in Figure 2, hss a flat backplate.
Figure 3, has a reised circular area. As depicted in Figure 4, the third
has e raised circular area with a recessed keyhole.
The fourth, shown in
Figure 5, has a slightly recessed circular area.
The backplanes ehown in Figures 2, 4, and 5 use tbe 6720 change
key. The 6720 key measures approximately 1-3/16 inches (30 mm) from the tip
The backplate shown in Figure 3 uses the 8400
of the key to the shoulder.
chsnge key. The 8400 change key measures approximately 1-7/16 inches (36
Figure 1 illustrates the difference in
mm) from the tip to the shoulder.
length between the 6720 and B400 change keys. Using the incorrect key will
cause the lock to malfunction, requiring the repair services of a locksmith.
Comparison
Figure 1
Between the 6720 and 8400 Change Keys
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Backplate With Flat Surface
Figure 3
Backplate With Raised Circular Area
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Backplate With Raised Circular
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3.2.2
8400 Series. These combination locks are Group 1 or lR locks
designed to provide resistance against surreptitious opening by manipulation
through the sense of touch, sound, “reading,” electronic listening, and on
Group lR models, radiological attack. These locks are equipped with the
universal “centi-spline” dial. This dial has a removable spindle that can
be positioned to any one of 100 settings that correspond with the dial
graduations.
This permits the spline to be positioned to any hand
condition.
Each model is available with or without a metal tube that is
secured to the lock case and simplifies installation by accurately aligning
the dial ring index with the lock. It also protects the spindle from door
insulation.
Some 8400 Series locks have a torque adjustment feature that
applias precise pressure to the wheel pack to guard against vibrating or
“walking” the wheels into alignment.
The torque adjustment allows the dial
torque to be adjusted to individual touch. An 8400 Series lock is
illustrated in Figures 6 and 7.
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Front View, Sargent & Graenleaf 8400 Series Mounted
Comb inat ion Lock
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To open a Sargent & Greenleaf
3.2.2.1
Opening Procedure.
Combination Iock, proceed as follows:
8400 Series
a) Turn the dial IH’T, stopping when the first number of the
combination is aligned with t:he OPENING index the fourth time.
b) Turn the dial I{IGHT, stopping when the second number is
aligned the third time.
c) Turn the dial 1;EFT, stopping when the third number is aligned
the second time.
d)
Turn tbe dial 1?IGHT to O. Hold the dial in this position.
e) Turn the arrow knob (butterfly)
RIGHT as fer as it will go
in the center of the dial
CAUTION
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Ensure that the dial is held at O when turning
the arrow knob during opening and closing.
Internal spring damage can occur, requiring
lock to be replaced.
f) Turn the dial to the RIGWr until it stops.
fully retracted.
The bolt is now
To secure the 8400 Series lock, release the
3.2. 2.2
Securing Procedure.
arrow knob by turning it to the LSP’T, then turn the dial tO the LEm at
least four complete revolutions.
To change a combination setting,
3.2.2.3
Combination Changing Procedure.
begin by selecting a new three-number sequence based on the rules presented
in paragraph 2.1. 3e. Record the new combination in accordance with security
directives and proceed as follows:
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a) Open the lock as described
in paragraph
3.2.2.1.
b) With the door or container open, throw the dOOr/drawer bolt to
If the container has a bolt interlock, it will be
the locked Dosition.
necessary to depress the interlock plunger before the bolt can be thrown
while the unit is ooen. Use the procedure recommended by the unit’s
manufacturer.
c)
l-brow
the locking bolt by using the procedure
in paragraph
3.2.2.2.
d) Using tb”eCHANGING index and the old combination, turn the
dial LSFT, stopping when the first number is aligned the fourth time.
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e) Turn the dial RIGHT, stopping when the second number is
a ligned the third time.
f) Turn the dial LEFT, stopping when the third number is aligned
the second time. Hold the dial in this position.
g) Fully insert the appropriate change key in the keyhole in the
back of the lock (reference paragreph 3.2. 1). Rotate the key one quarter
1)0 not
force the key.
turn LEFT. This will unlock the wheels
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On some containers, it may be necessery to
remove a cover or door panel to expose the
back of the lock.
h) With the key in this position, turn the dial at least fo,~r
complete revolutions to erase the old combination.
i) To set the new combination, turn the dial LEFT, stopping when
the first number of the new combination is aligned with the CHANGING index
the fourth time,
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j) Turn the dial RIGHT, stopping when the second number is
al igned with the CHANGING index the third time.
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with the CHANGING index the second time. Hold the dial in this position.
1) TI1rn the change key RIGHT and remove it from the lock.
new combination is now set.
The
m) Work the new combination at least three times with the door or
container open.
If the lock cannot be opened using the new combinat ion, it
con be assumed that the new numbers were not set correctly.
If this is the
case, cal 1 a qualified locksmith.
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Installation Procedure.
3.2.2.4
To install a Sargent & Greenleaf
Series Combination Lock, proceed as follows:
a) Using the template (provided with lock) , position
desired location.
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b) Using the template, drill and tap four holes in mounting plate
for the lock-attaching screws (1/4-20). Drill hole in mounting plate for
the spindle shaft (O.813-inch (21-mm) diameter if lock has a tube,
0.625-inch (16-mm) diameter if it does not),
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c) Make sure the bolt is in the locked or engaged position.
To
accomplish this, rotate the dial left to O. Turn the arrow knob in the
center dial to O, and rotate the dial left four revolutions, stop at a
random posit ion.
d)
Remove the back cover of the lock.
If your lock is equipped with a tube, proceed with step e) below.
proceed to step i).
.
Insert tube and hold lock a~ainst mountinfi
-. Dlate.
ring on tube and lightly tighten tube nut.
If not,
Place dial
f)
Measure tube excess leaving 1/16 inch (2 mm) above tube nut.
K)
Remove lock and cut off excess tube.
h)
File end of tube smooth.
i) Securely fasten lock to mounting plate by installing the four
lock-attaching screws and tightening.
j) While aligning hole through door, fasten dial ring to door
using acrewa and tighten tube nut (if present on lock) .
k)
Insert dial into dial ring and hold snug.
1) Measure and cut off excess spindle from the wheel post,
leaving 1/16 inch (2 nun) above the wheel post. Remove burrs.
m) Screw the drive cam on spindle until snug, then back off until
keyway lines up. Insert the spline key with the key handle pointing away
from the center of the cam (see Figure 8). Drive the spline key in
carefully.
If the spline key becomes loose, the lock will not functicm
properly.
Make certain that the spline key is tight.
NOTS
Before screwing dial/spindle into the drive cam
for the final time, lubricate the dial, dial
ring, and drive cam bearing surfaces.
Sargent
& Greenleaf recommends G-322L lubricant
manufactured by General Electric.
NSVSR use
oil- or petroleum-based lubricants.
n) Cut off amount from inner spindle equal to the amount removed
from the spindle.
Spindle excess can be inserted over inner spindle for
ease of measurement.
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0)
Rotate dial to O and the arrow knob to O.
Make sure the tip of tbe inner
P) Insert the inner spindle.
spindle seats properly into the hole in the cam slide (see Figures 7 and 8) .
q) Attach the back cover using the cover ❑ounting screws.
lock is now ready to have the new comb in~tion set.
The
ADJUSTING
LO
SCREW
CAM
SLIOE
WHEELS
K
ER
KEY
Sergent & Greenleaf
Figure 8
8400 Series With Back Cover Removed
Torque Ad Iustment. To adjust torque on locks equipped with an
3.2.2.5
adjusting screw, remove the back cover and insert a 3/32-inch allen wrench
into the adjusting screw (reference Figure 8)
Turn clockwise to tighten or
counterclockwise to loosen.
NOTE?
Adjustment should not be less than 18 inchounces (O. 13 N,m) nor more than 24 inch-ounces
(O. 17 N.m) of dieling torque (8 slight drag on
the diel). Whenever lock torque is changed,
the combination must be reset.
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Periodic servicing will extend the
3.2.2.6
Maintenance Recommendations.
life of the lock snd is essential for ❑aintaining proper security.
Esch
time the combination is changed, inspect the lock for wear, metal filings,
drilled holes, cracks, or any other visual signs of attempts to defeat the
The inspection. process should entail
lock by forced entry techniques.
removal of the back cover of the lock, and visual examination of esch wheel
part, as well as the cam and lever assembly, to make sure nothing is worn or
If lubrication is required, use molybdenum-d isulfide (powder)
damaged.
NSVSR use oil- or petroleum-based lubricants on combination locks.
NOTS
For Sargent & Greenleaf Combination bcks, the
manufacturer recommends using GE-322L lubricsnt
manufactured by General Electric.
Each time the back cover is removed, the combination should be
reset. Remember to check the combination st least three times before
locking the container.
Any maintenance other than changing the combination
the lock should be referred to a qualified locksmith.
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and inspecting
8500 Series. These combination locks are Group 1 or lR locks
3.2.3
designed for added protection egainst most modern methods of attack, while
Each ❑odel is available
also providin~ simplicity and ease of operation.
with Or witho~t a metal tube that is secured to the lock case and simplifies
installation by accurately aligning the dial ring index with the lock. It
also protects the spindle from door insulation.
Some 8500 Series locks have a torque adjustment feature that
applies precise pressure to the wheel pack to guard against vibrating or
The torque adjustment allows the dial
“walking” the wheels into alignment.
torque to be adjusted to individual touch. An 8500 Series lock is
illustrated in Figures 9 and 10.
To open a Sargent & Greenleaf
3.2.3.1
Opening Procedure.
Combination Lock, proceed as fol lows:
1.
8500 Series
a) Turn the dial LE~, stopping when the first number of the
combination is aligned with the OPENING index the fourth time.
b) Turn the dial RIGRT, stopping when tbe second number is
aligued the third time.
c) Turn the dial LSFT, stopping when the third number is aligned
the second time.
d)
Turn the dial RIGHT to O.
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NOEX
CHANGING
INDEX
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Figure 9
Front View. Sar$zent & Greenleaf B500 Series Mounted
Comb inat ion Lock
e) With zero aligned with the OPENING index, push the dial IN to
activate the lever assembly, release dial.
f)
Turn the dial RIGHT until the bolt is fully retracted.
To secure the 8500 Series lock, turn the dial
3.2.3.2
Securing Procedure.
to the LEFT at least four complete revolutions.
To chrrnge a combination setting,
Combina tion Changing Procedure.
3.2. 3.3
begin by selecting e new three-number sequence based on the rules presented
in paragraph 2.1. 3e. Record the new combination in accordance with security
directives and proceed as fol lows:
e)
Open the lock as described
in paragraph
3.2.3.1.
b) With the door or container open, throw the door/drawer bc)lt to
the locked posit ion. If the container has a bolt interlock, it will be
necessary to depress the interlock plunger before the bolt can be thrown
while the unit is open. Use the procedure recommended by the unit’s
manufacturer.
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c)
Throw the locking bolt by using the procedure
in paragraph
3.2.3.2.
d) Using the CHANGING index and the old combination, turn the
dial LSFT, stopping when the first number is aligned the fourth time.
e) Turn the dial RIGHT, stopping when the second number is
aligned the third time.
f) Turn the dial LSFT, stopping when the third number is aligned
the second time. Hold the dial in this position.
g) Fu1lY insert the appropriate change key in the keyhole in the
back of the lock (reference paragraph 3.2. 1). Rotate the key one quarter
turn LSFT. This will unlock the wheels.
Do not force the key.
NOTS
On some containers, it ❑ay be necessary to
remove a cover or door panel to expose the
back of the lock.
h) With the key in this position, turn the dial at leaat four
complete revolutions to erase the old combination.
i) To set the new combination, turn the dial L5PT, stopping when
the first number of the new combination is aligned with the CHANGING index
the fourth time.
j) Turn the dial RIG~, stopping when the second number is
aligned with the CHANGING index the third time.
k) Turn the dial LSIT, stopping when the third number is aligned
with the CHANGING index the second time. Hold the dial in this position.
1) Turn the change key RIGHT and remove it from the lock.
new comb inat ion is now set.
The
m) Work the new combination at least three times with the door or
container open.
If the lock cannot be opened using the new combination, it
can be assumed that the new numbers were not set correctly.
If this is tbe
case, call for a qualified locksmith.
3.2.3.4
Installation Procedure.
To install a Sargent & Greenleaf
Series Combination Lack, proceed as follows:
desired
a) Using the template (provided with lock), position
location.
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lock in
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b) Using the template, drill and tap four holes in mounting plate
for the lock-attaching screws (1/4-20). Drill hole in ❑ounting plate for
the spindle shaft (0.813-inch (21-mm) diameter if lock has a tube,
O.625-inch (16-mm) diameter if it does not)
c)
Remove the back cover of the lock.
d) Place the lock bolt in the locked or engaged position and the
accelerator spring in the loaded position (Figure 11 - Note: Do not remove
the drive cam)
.
If your lock is equipped with a tube, proceed with step e) below. If not,
proceed to step h)
e) Insert tube and hold lock against the mounting plate.
dial ring on tube and lightly tighten tube nut.
Place
f) Measure and mark tube excess from door. Remove the lock and
add 3.0 millimeters or 1/8 inch (to insert the dial ring bushing) and cut
off excess tube.
ACCELERATOR
SPRING
RELEASEO
POSITION
IN
ACCELERATOR
SPRING
LOAOED POSITION
LOCK CASE ~
IN
h
CREW
BOLT IN
ENGAGED
(LOCKED)
POSITION
a
IHEELS —
CAM
~
~
L
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Sargent & Greenleaf
REI_fJcK
TRIGGER
TORQUE
AOJUSTING
SCREW
Figure 11
8500 Series With Back Cover Removed
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g)
Remove any burrs from the end of the tube.
h) Securely
screws and tighten.
fasten the lock to mounting plate with four attuching
i) While aligning with hole in the door, lightly faaten dial ring
to door using screws, and tighten tube nut (if present on lock)
Dial ring
opening index should be at 12 o’clock center position.
Before installation
of the dial ring, press the plastic bearing insert (Figure 12) into the
opening in the back of the dial ring. The insert must fit flush with the
dial ring.
.
j) To install dial, hold the drive cam in place with one hand and
thread the dial into the cam until the dial comes to a stop against th,>
surface of the dial ring.
CAUTION
When threading dial into cam, do not allow cam
to slide outward against the accelerator spring.
Accelerator spring can be easily damaged in this
manner.
k) The alignment of the dial and dial ring is critical to the
operation of the lock. Perfect alignment is necessary.
The dial should be
flush snd centered with the surface of the dial ring, for true center.
1)
Measure the excess spindle that projects beyond the drive cam.
m)
Remove the dial, cut off excess spindle and remove burrs.
n)
Tighten
o)
(Figure 12).
the dial ring screws
F’lace a washer,
compression
spring, and washer on hub of dial
p) Insert dial into the lock (observe step j) CAUTION)
Hold the
drive cam in place to receive nose of the drop lever and thread dial into
cam until the dial stops
q) Rotate the dial counterclockwise a MINIMUM of one full turn
until the spline in the spindle is aligned with the proper spline in the
cam, the cam is positioned to receive the nose of the drop lever, and tbe
dial is on O.
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Figure 12
S500 Series, Dial, Dial Ring, and Spindle
NOTS
If the lock is ❑ounted in the vertical-up or
vertical-down position, the properly aligned
spline should be ❑arked W/VO on the drive
cam. For right- or left-hand mounting, RH/LH
should be aligned (reference Figure 13) .
lightly.
r) Insert the spline key with the lip toward edge of cam.
The dial must turn freely with no rubbing or interference.
NOTS
Before attaching cover to lock, check for
proper in and out travel of dial for
operation of accelerator spring.
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SPLINE
1
~
SPINDLE
.
.
Sargent & Green leaf 85~0 Series, Drive Cam with
Spline Key Inserted
o.
s) Rotate the dial at least one complete revolution and stop at
The accelerator spring should now be in the loaded position.
t) Hold the cover in place on the lock and push the diel in at O.
Release the dial. Remove the cover and check the position of the accelerator
(If the accelerator
spring (spring should be in the released position).
spring is not in the released position, the dial has not been backed out of
Remove spline key,
the cam far enough and the condition ❑ust be corrected.
hold cam and rotate dial one additional full turn counterclockwise.
Reinstall the spline key and repeat steps. )
50.
u) Rotate the dial at least one complete revolution and stop at
The accelerator spring should now be in the loaded position.
v) Hold the back cover in place on the lock and push the dial in
at 50. The accelerator spring should not release.
(If the accelerator
spring does release, the spindle must be turned clockwise into the cam one
complete revolution and this step must be repeated. )
w) Dial the set combination (50-25-50) on the lock and observe
the drop lever falling into the drive cam. Repeat this step at least three
times
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x) When the accelerator spring is operating properly,
mey be attsched to tbe lock and the new combination set.
the cover
3.2.3.5
Torque Ad iustment. To adjust torque on locks equipped with an
adjusting screw, remove the back cover and insert .s3/32-inch allen wrench
into the adjusting screw (see Figure 11) . Turn clockwise to tighten or
counterclockwise to loosen.
.
NOTE
.
Ad ..–
Iustment should not be less than 18 inch-ounces
(0. 13 N.m) nor more than 24 inch-ounces (O. 17 N.m)
of dialing torque (a slight drag on the dial),
Whenever lock torque is changed, the combination
must be reset.
3.2. 3.6
Maintenance Recommendations.
Periodic servicing will extend the
life of the lock and is essential for maintaining proper security.
Each
time the combination is changed, inspect the lock for wear, metal filings,
drilled holes, cracks, or any other visual signs of attempts to defeat the
lock by forced-entry techniques.
The inspection process should include
removal of the back cover of the lock. and visual examination of each wheel
part, as well as the cam and lever assembly, to make sure nothing is worn or
damaged.
If lubrication is required, use molybdenum-disu lfide (powder).
NEVER use oil - or petroleum-based lubricants on combination locks.
NOTS
For Sargent & Green leaf Combination Locks, the
manufacturer recommends using GE-322L lubricant
manufactured by General Electric.
Each time the back cover is removed, the combination should be
reset. Ramember to check the combination at least three times before
locking the container.
Any maintenance, other than changing the combination and
inspecting the lock, should be referred to a qualified locksmith.
3.2.4
R6700 Series. These locks, commonly referred to as “R-Locks,”
They are used only
carry a Group 2 rating from Underwriters Laboratories.
on money chests. The R6700 Series Locks have a torque adjustment feature
that applies precise pressure to the wheel pack to guard against vibrating
l%e torque adjustment al lows the
or “walking” the wheels into alignment.
dial torque to be adjusted to individual touch. The R6700 Series is
available with or without a metal tube that is secured to the lock case and
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simplifies installation by accurately aligning the dial ring index with the
It also protects the spindle from door insulation.
A R6700 Series
lock
lock is illustrated in Figures 14 and 15.
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Front View, Sargent & Greenleaf R6700 Series Mounted
Combination Lock
3.2.4.1
To open a Sargent & Greenleaf
[email protected] prOcedure.
Combination Iock, proceed as follows:
R6700 Series
e) Turn the dial LEFT, stopping when the first number of the
combination is aligned with the OPENING index the fourth time.
b) Turn the diel RIGHT, stopping when tbe second number is
aligned the third time.
c) Turn the dial LEFT, stopping when the third number is aligned
the second time.
d) Turn the dial RIGHT pausing momentarily at O, and continue
turning until it stops. This retracts the locking bolt.
3.2.4.2
Securing Procedure.
To secure the 6700 Series lock, turn the dial
to the LEFT at least four complete revolutions.
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To change a combination setting,
3.2.4.3
Combination ChanRing Procedure.
begin by selecting a new three-number sequence based on the rules presented
in paragraph 2.1. 3e. Record the new combination in accordance with security
directives and proceed as fol lows:
a)
Open the lock as described
in paragraph
3.2.4.1.
b) With the door or container open, throw the door/drawer bolt to
the locked position.
If tha container has a bolt interlock, it will be
necessary to depress the interlock plunger before the bolt can be thrown
while tbe unit is open. Use the procedure recommended by the unit’s
manufacturer.
c)
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Throw the locking bolt by using the procedure
,
.
in paragrspb
3.2. k.2
dial LWT,
d) Using the CHANGING index and the old combination, turn the
stopping when tbe first number is aligned tbe fourth time.
e) Turn the dial RIGRT, stopping when the second number is
aligned the third time.
f) Turn the dial LEIT, stopping when the third number is aligned
the second time. Hold the dial in this position.
g) Fu1lY insert the appropriate change key in tbe keyhole in the
back of the lock (referenca paragraph 3.2.1 ) . Rotate the key one quarter
Do not force the key.
turn LRIT. This will unlock the wheels.
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On some containers, it may be necessary to
remove a cover or door panel to expose the back
of the lock.
h) With the key in this position, turn the dial et least four
complete revolutions to erase the old combination.
i) To set the new combination, turn the dial LEFT, stopping when
the first number of the new combination is aligned with the CHAMGING index
tbe fourth time.
j ) Turn the dial RIGRT, stopping when the second number is
aligned with the CHANGING index the third time.
k) Turn the dial LEFf, stopping when the third number is aligned
with the CHANGING index the second time. Hold the disl in this position.
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1) Turn the change key RIGHT and remove it from the lock.
new combination is now set.
m) Work the new combination at least three times with the door or
container open.
If the lock cannot be opened using the new combination, it
If this is the
can be assumed that the new numbers were not set correctly.
case, cal 1 for a qualified locksmith.
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Installation Procedure.
To install 8 Sargent & Greenleaf R6700
3.2.4.4
Series Combination Lock, proceed as follows:
,*
desired
a) Using the template (provided with lock), posit ion lock in
location.
b) Using the template, drill and tap four holes in mounting vlate
for the lock-attaching screws (1/4-20) . Drill hole in mounting plate-f~r
the spindle shaft (O.813-inch (21-mm) diameter if lock has a tube, O.625-inch
(16-=) diameter if it does not).
c) Make sure the bolt is in the locked or engaged position.
Depending on the ❑odel of your lock, this can be done by pulling the bolt
out with your fingers or by rotating the dial to the left four complete
revolutions, and stopping at random.
d)
Remove the back cover of the lock.
If not, proceed
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If your lock is equipped with a tube, proceed with step e).
to step i]
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Insert tube and hold lock against mounting plate.
ring on tube and lightly tighten tube nut.
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The
e)
.
Place dial
f)
Measure tube excess, leaving 7/64 inch (3 mm) above tube nut.
g)
Remove lock and cut off excess tube.
h)
File end of tube smooth.
i) Securelv fasten lock to mountin~-.Dlata bv installing
lock-attaching screws” and tightening.
the four
j) while aligning hole through door, fasten dial ring to door
using screws and tighten tube nut (if present on lock).
k)
Insert dial into dial ring and hold snug.
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1) Measure and cut off excess spindle from the wheel post,
leaving 1/16 inch (2 mm) above the wheel post. Remove burrs.
m) Screw the drive cam onto spindle until snug, then back off
until the appropriate slot in the drive cam lines up with the keyway of the
spindle.
Drive cam slots are labeled RH (right-hand), LH (left-hand), VO
(vertical-up), and VD (vertical-down) for the four different mounting
positions [reference Figures 15 and 16).
n) Insert the spline key with the key handle pointing away from
the center of the cam. Drive the spline key in carefully.
If the spline
key becomes loose, the lock will not function properly.
Make certain that
the splint? key is tight.
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NOTE
Before screwing dial/spindle into the drive cam
for the final time, Iubricete the dial, dial
ring, and drive cam bemring surfaces.
Sargent
& Greenleaf recommends G-322L lubricant
manufactured by General Electric.
NEVER use
oil- or petroleum-based lubricants.
o) Attach the beck cover using the cover mounting
lock is now ready to have the new combi”at ion set.
screws.
The
3.2.4.5
Torque Adjustment.
To adjust torque, remove the back cover and
insert a 3/32-inch allen wrench into the adjusting screw (see Figure 16).
Turn clockwise to tighten or counterclockwise to loosen.
NOTE
Adjustment should not be less than 18 inchounces (O. 13 N.m) nor more than 24 inch-ounces
(O. 17 N.m) of dialing torque (8 slight drag
on the dial). Whenever lock torque is changed,
the combination must be reset.
Maintenance Reconunendstions. Periodic servicing will extend the
3.2.4.6
life of the lock and is essential for maintaining proper security.
Each
time the combinat ion is changed, inspect the lock for weer, metal filings,
drilled holes, cracks, or eny other visual signs of attempts to defeat the
The inspection process should Lmclude
lock by forced entry techniques.
removal of the back cover of the lock, and visual examination of each wheel
part. as well as the cam and lever assemblv. to make sure nothin~ is worn or
dama~ed.
If lubrication is reauired, use ~~lybdenum-disu lfide (~owder)
NSVE~ use oil- or petroleum-ba~ed lubricants on combination locks.
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LOCK
r
TORQUE AOJUSTINQ
SCREW
~ LEVER~ W= sCREu
CASE
7
SPINOLE
KEY
..
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,0
WHEELS
CAM
I
L
SPINDLE
~
R94CK
TRIGGER
Figure 16
Sargent & Greenleaf R6700 Series With Back Cover Removed
NOTS
For Sargent & Green leaf Combination Leeks,
the manufacturer recommends using GE-322L
lubricant manufactured by General Electric.
Each time the back cover is removed, the combination should be
reset. Remember to check the combination at least three times before
locking the container.
Any maintenance other than changing the combination
the lock should be referred to a qualified locksmith.
and inspecting
3.2.5
8470MP Deadbolt with Combination Lock. The 8470 is a reversible,
surface-mounted lock recommended for use on doors in high-security areas.
It is really two locks in one: a deadbolt and a combination lock. The
deadbolt section of the 8470 includes hardened steel pins and an
interlocking strike and frame to prevent jamming or spreading of the door
frame. The lock has an automatic deadbolt trigger and an inside release
knob that allows opening the door from the inside. A l/8-inch (3.2-mm)
drill-resistant hard plate is available for installation between the Sargent
& Green leaf 8470 and tbe door. The 8470 is designed for use with the
Sargent & Greenleaf 8400 and 8500 Series Combination Locks. The 8470 is
equipped with a lock-open latch. This latch allows the dial to be “ locked”
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in the unlocked position.
This is a standard feature on the newer 8470s.
Existing locks can be retrofitted for this latch. The 8470 is illustrated
in Figures 17 and 18. Strikes authorized for use with the Sargent &
Greenleef 8470 are illustrated in Figures 19 through 22.
3.2.5.1
Opening Procedure (8400 and B500 Series) .
Greenleaf 8470MP Lnck, proceed as follows:
To open a Sargent &
a) Turn the dial LSFT, stopping when the first number of the
combination is aligned with the OPENING index the fourth time.
.
b) Turn the dial RIGHT, stopping when the eecond number is
aligned the third time.
c) Turn the dial
the second time.
d)
LEFT,
stopping
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when the third number is aligned
Turn the dial RIGRT to O. Hold tbe dial in this position.
If the 8470MP has an 8400 Series Combination
e) Turn the arrow knob (butterfly)
RIGHT as far as it will go.
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Lock:
in the center of the dial
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CAUTION
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Ensure the dial is held at zero when turning the
arrow knob during opening end C1OS ing. Internal
spring damage can occur, requiring lock to be
replaced.
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f) Turn the dial to the RIGRT until it stops.
fully retracted.
If the B470MP has an 8500 Series Combination
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The bolt is now
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Lock, do the fol lowing:
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e) With zero aligned with the OPENING index, push tbe dial in to
activate the lever assembly, release dial.
f)
Turn the dial RIGHT until the bolt is fully retracted.
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3.2.5.2
Securing Procedure.
To secure the 8470MP lock, turn the dinl to
the LEFT at least four complete revolutions.
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BOLT
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Figure 17
Front View. Sargent & Greanleaf 8470MP Deadbolt with
Combination Lock
EN
LOCK
OLT
KNOB
~
CHANGE KEYHOLE
-..
.
rlgure 10
Rear View, Sargent & Greenleaf 8470MP Deadbolt with
Combination Lock
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SXNGLS DDDR REWLAR
00mLE
BEVEL (JR
DIXJR REGULAR BEVEL
=NGUZ
SOL
DDDR
DDDR REVERSE BEVSL
.7R1KE
t
INSIHNG
!
OUTWING
DCOR
JAm
LOCK
T
mSrRIKE
Figure 19
Sargent & Greenleaf 8470MP,
Strfke No. 1
JAHS
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Figure 20
Sargent & Greenle.sf 8470MP,
Strike No. z
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DOOR REGULAR BEVEL OR
DOUBLE DOOR EQILAR
BEEL
DCW+LE DDDR REVWGE
BEVEL
SRIKE
SrRIKE
SDL
SDL
LCCK
DOOR
t
JNSHINC
OUTSNING
DOOR
c1 %
1
OgLE
lNAcrlvE
LEAF
nmRs
ACTIVELEAF
~
z
Figure 21
Sargent & Greenleaf 8470MP,
Strike No. 3
Figure 22
Sargent & Greenleaf 8470MP,
Strike No. 9
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Combination Changing Procedure.
3.2.5.3
To change s combination setting,
begin by selecting a new three-number sequence besed on the rules presented
in paregraph 2.1. 3e. Record the new combination in accordance with security
directives and proceed es follows:
e)
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in paragreph
3.2.5.1,
b) With the door or conteiner open, throw the door/drawer bolt to
the locked position.
If the container has a bolt interlock, it will be
necessary
to depress the interlock plunger before the bolt cen be thrown
while the unit is open. Use the procedure recommended by the unit’ s
❑enuf ecturer.
peragreph
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c) Throw the locking bolt by using the procedure
3.2.5.2.
steted in
d) Using the CHANGING index end the old combination, turn tbe
dial LEF1’, stopping when tbe first number is eligned the fourth time.
e) Turn the diel RIGHT, stopping when the second number is
eligned the third time.
f) Turn tbe dial LEIT, stopping when the third number is eligned
the second time. Hold tbe dial in this position.
o
z) Fullv insert tbe eDDroDriate cban~e kev in the kevhole in the
back of th~” lock (~eference paragraph 3.2. 1). ~otat~ the key o~e quarter
DO not force the key.
turn LEIT. This will unlock the wheels.
NOTE
On some containers, it may be necessary to
remove a cover or door panel to expose the
back of the lock.
h) With the key in this position, turn the dial at least four
complete revolutions to erase the old combination.
i) To set the new combination, turn the dial LEFT, stopping when
the first number of the new combination is aligned with the CHANGING index
tbe fourth time.
j) Turn the dial RIGHT, stopping when the second number is
aligned with the CHANGING index the third time.
k) Turn the dial LEFT, stopping when the third number is aligned
with the CHANGING index the second time. Hold the dial in this position.
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1) Turn the change key RIGRT and remove it from the lock.
new combination is now set.
The
m)
Work the new combination at least three times with the door or
container open.
If the lock cannot be opened using the new combination, it
If this is the
can be assumed that the new numbers were not set correctly.
case, call for a qualified locksmith.
3.2.5.4
Greenleaf
Strike Installation.
Strikes designed for use with the Sargent &
8470MP are illustrated in Figures 19 through 22.
.
a) Using the template provided with the strike, position the
strike on door jamb or inactive leaf of double door configuration (depending
on which strike is being used) .
b) Drill holes for attaching the strike using No. 25 drill bit
(O. 149-inch (4-mm) diameter).
c) Using No. 10 flat head machine screws, install the strike on
the door jamb (for strike No. 1, 2, or 3) , or on the inactiva leaf of the
double door configuration (for strike No. 9).
3.2.5.5
Lnck Installation Procedure (8400 Series~.
lb Sargent & Greenleaf
8L70MP is designed for use with the Sargent & Greenleaf 8400 and 8500 Serias
Combination Locks.
If the 8470 is equipped with an 8400 Series lock,
procaed with step a) below.
If it has an 8500 Series lock, refer to the
procedura in paragraph 3.2.5.6.
a) Use the center of the strike aa a reference
lock template on the door.
to position
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b) Using the template (provided with lock), dril 1 the six 8670
deadbolt base-attaching screw holes (O. 149-inch (4-mm) diameter for selftapping screws).
Drill the hole for the spindle shaft (O.813-inch (21-MM)
diameter if lock has a tube, O.625-inch (16-MM) diameter if lock does not)
c) Securely fasten the 847o deadbolt base and drill resistant
hard plate to the door by tightening the attaching screws.
If the lock has a tube, proceed with step d). If not, go to step j)
d) Make sure bolt is in the locked or engagad position.
To
accomplish this, rotate the dial left to O. Turn the arrow knob in the
cente> dial to O, and rotate the dial laft four revolutions, stop at random.
e)
Remove back cover of the lock.
f) Insert tube and hold lock against the 6470 deadbolt base.
Place dial ring on tube and tighten tube nut.
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Measure tube excess, leaving 1/16 inch (2 mm) above tube nut.
h)
Remove lock and cut off excess tube.
i)
File end of tube smooth.
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j) Securely fasten lock to the 8470 deadbolt base by installing
the four lock-attaching screws and tightening.
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k) Fasten dial ring to door using screws end tighten tube nut (if
present on lock) and align with hole through door.
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1)
Insert dial into dial ring and hold snug.
m) Measure and cut off excess spindle from the wheel post,
leeving 1/16 inch (2 mm) above the wheel post. Remove burrs:
n) Screw the drive cam on spindle until snug, then back off until
the keyway lines up. Insert the spline key with the key handle pointing
away from the center of the cam. Drive the spline key in cerefully. If the
Make certain
spline key becomes loose, the lock will not function properly.
that the spline key is tight.
NOTS
Before screwing dial/spindle into the drive cam
for the final time, lubricate the dial, dial
Sargent
ring, and drive cam bearing surfaces.
& Greenleaf recommends G-322L lubricant
manufactured by Generel Electric.
NEVER USe
oil- or petroleum-based lubricants.
o) Cut off amount from inner spindle equal to tbe amount removed
Spindle excess can be inserted over inner spindle for
from the spindle.
ease of measurement.
P)
Rotate dial to O and the arrow knob to O.
q) Insert the inner spindle. Make sure the tip of the inner
spindle seats properly into the hole in the cam slide (see Figures 7 and 8).
r)
Attach the back cover using the cover mounting
screws.
Lnck Installation Procedure (8500 Series)
The fol lowing
3.2.5.6
procedure is for an 8470MP lock equipped with an 8500 Series combination
lock.
a) Use the center of the strike as a reference to position
lock template on the door.
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b) Using the template (provided with lock), drill the six 8470
deadbolt base-attaching screw holes (O. 149-inch (.?+-mm)diameter for self
tapping screws)
Drill the hole for the spindle shaft (O.813-inch (21-mm)
diameter if lock has e ~-llhe,O.625-inch [16-mm) diameter if lock does not).
c) Securely fasten the 8470 deadbolt bi+se and drill resistant
hard plate to the door by tightening the screws.
If the lock has a tube proceed with step d) below,
d)
If not, go to step i).
Remove the back cover of the lock.
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e) Place the lock bolt in the locked or engaged position 8nd the
(Figure 11 - Note: Do not
accelerator spring in the loaded position.
remove the drive cam, )
f) Insert tube and hold lock sgainst the 8470 deadbolt base.
Place dial ring on tube and lightly tighten tube nut.
g) Measure and mark tube excess from door. Remove the lock and
edd 3.0 mi Ilimeters or 1/8 inch (to insert the di81 ring bushing) and cut
off excess tube,
h)
Remove any burrs from the end of the tube.
i) Securely fasten the lock to deadbolt base with four ettaching
screws and tighten,
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Fasten dial ring to door using screws and tighten tube nut (if
.i )
present on lock) and align with hole through door.
k) To install dia I, hold the drive cam in place with one hand and
thread the dial into the cam until the dial comes to a stop against the
surface of the disl ring.
CAUTION
.
When threading dial into cam, do not allow
cam to slide outward against the accelerator
!?pring. Accelerator spring can be easily
damaged in this manner.
]) The alignment of the dial and dial ring is critical to the
The dial should be
operation of the lock. Perfect alignment is necessary.
flush and centered with the surface of the dial ring for true center.
m)
Measure the excess spindle thet projects beyond the drive cam.
n)
Remove the dial, cut off
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P)
(Figure 12).
Tighten the dial ring screws.
Place a washer,
compression
spring, and washer on hub of dial
q) Insert
dial
into the lock (observe step k) CAOTION).
Hold the
drive cam in place to receive nose of the drop lever and thread dial into
cam until the dial stops.
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r) Rotate the dial counterclockwise a MINIMOM of one ful 1 turn
until the spline in the spindle is aligned with the proper spline in the
cam, the cam is positioned to receive the nose of the drop lever, and the
dial is on O.
NOTE
If the lock is mounted in the right- or
left-hand position, the properly aligned
spline should be ❑arked RH/LH on the
drive cam (reference Figure 13) .
lightly.
s) Insert the apline key with the lip toward edge of cam.
The dial must turn freely with no rubbing or interference.
Tap in
NOTE
Before attaching cover to lock, check for
proper in and out travel of dial for
operation of acceler.9t0r spring.
O.
t) Rotate the dial at least one complete revolution and stop at
The accelerator spring should now be in the loaded position.
u) Hold the cover in place on the lock and push the dial in at O.
Release the dial. Remove the cover and check the position of the accelerator
If the accelerator
spring (spring should be in the released position)
spring ia not in the released position, the dial has not been backed out of
Remove spline key,
the cam far enough and the condition must he corrected.
hold cam, and rotate dial one additional full turn counterclockwise.
Reinstall the spline key and repeat step s)
50.
v) Rotate the dial at least one complete revolution and stop at
The accelerator spring should now be in the loaded position.
w) Hold the back cover in place on the lock and push the dial in
at 50. The accelerator spring should not release.
(If the accelerator
spring does release, the spindle must be turned clockwise into the cam one
complete revolution and this step ❑ust be repeated. )
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x) Dial the set combination (50-25-50) on the lock and observe
the drop lever falling into the drive cam. Repeat this step at least three
times.
Y) When the accelerator spring is Operating properly,
may be attached to the lock and the new combination set.
the cover
3.2.5.7
Torque Adjustment.
To adjust torque on locks equipped with an
adjusting screw, remove the back cover and insert a 3/32-inch allen wrench
into the adjusting screw (see Figure 11)
Turn clockwise to tighten or
counterclockwise to loosen.
NOTE
Adjustment should not be less than 18 inch-ounces
(O. 13 N.m) nor more than 24 inch-ounces (O. 17 N.m)
of dialing torque (a slight drag on The dial) .
Whenever lock torque is changed, the combination
must be reset.
Periodic servicing will extend the
3.2.5.8
Maintenance Recommendations.
life of the lock and is essential for maintaining proper security.
Each
time the combination is changed, inspect the lock for wear, ❑etal filings,
drilled holes, cracks, or any other visual signs of ettempts to dafeat the
lock by forced entry techniques.
The inspection process should include
removel of the back cover of the lock, and visual examination of each wheel
part as well as the cam and lever assembly to make sure nothing is worn or
damaged.
If lubrication is required, use molybdenum-disu lfide (powder).
NSVSR use oil- or petroleum-based lubricants on combination locks.
NOTE
For Sargent & Green leaf Combination Locks, the
manufacturer recommends using GE-322L lubricant
manufactured by General Electric.
Each time the back cover is removed, the combination should be
reset. Remember to check the combination at least three times before
locking the container.
Any maintenance other than changing the combination
the lock should be referred to a qualified locksmith.
3.3
Sargent & Green leaf Combination
and inspecting
Padlocks.
3.3.1
8077AB. The 8077AB is a front -reading, dial-type, three-number,
Its
open-shackle padlock with a capacity of 125,000 combination variation.
design will resist most modern methods of surreptitious entry. The 807’7AB
is for indoor applications only and offers protection against manipulat.lon.
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It has a 5/16-inch (8-nmI) shackle made of either steel or brass. The brass
The Model 8077AB with change
shackle is for use in explosive environments.
key is illustrated in Figure 23.
.
BUTTON
/
BACK
PLATE
0
\
0
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!0
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Figure 23
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OpeninR Procedure.
proceed as follows:
To unlock the Sargent b Greenleaf
8077AB,
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a) Turn the dial LS~, stopping when the first number of the
combination is aligned with the OPENING index the fourth time.
b) Turn the dial RIGHT, stopphg
aligned the third time.
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when the second number is
c) Turn the dial LEFT, stopping when the third number is aligned
the second time.
d)
Turn the disl RIGHT, and stop at O.
e)
Pull the shackle out.
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Securing Procedure,
To secure the lock, push in the shackle end
turn the dial at least five complete revolutions in one direction.
3.3. 1.3
To change the combination
Combination Changing Procedure.
Model 8077AB refer to Figure 23 and proceed as follows:
on the
a) Select a new three-number sequence based on the rules
presented in paragraph 2. 1.3e. Due to the mechanics of this combination
padlock, the restrictions placed on the selection of the third number do not
apply.
b)
combination.
LOW-HIGH-LOW.
c)
Do not use straight ascending or descending numbers for the
It is better to use a sequence that is HIGH-LOW-HIGH or
Open the lock as described
in paragraph
3.3.1.1.
d) Pull the shackle out. Use the screwdriver end of the change
key and turn cover locking screw to the RIGHT until it comes to a stop. If
the change key does not have a screwdriver, use a small common screwdriver.
e)
Remove the lock cover plate by sliding it upwerd.
f) Retract the cover locking screw by turning it LEF1’, and then
relock the shackle.
g) You may cover tbe opening index mark with a small piece of
mesking tape to prevent misdialing on the opening index.
h) Dial the present (old) combination on the CHANGING index. All
numbers of the combination, including the last number (0) , are used in the
combination changing procedure.
Do not pull the shackle out.
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i) Using the elbow of the chenging key (Figure 23), turn the
keyhole button on the back of the lock to the RIGHT to the open position.
If the hutton will not turn, repeet the procedure in step i)
j) Insert the change key tip first. The change key is properly
seated when the teb on the key is fully inside the lock beck. Turn the key
to the right one-querter turn.
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combination.
Turn the diel to the LEFT five revolutions
to erase the old
1.
index.
d).
1) Dial the new combination, including the O, on the CHANGING
Use the procedure presented in paragraph 3.3.1.1, steps a) through
m) Once the new combination is set, and O is aligned with the
CHANGING index, turn the change key to the LEIT one-quarter turn and remove
it. DO NOT reset keyhole button.
NOTS
To ensure that the combination is correctly set,
completely redial the new combination as directed
in step m)
Reinsert the change key fully into
the lock, but do not turn. If the key will fully
Remove
insert, the combination is set correctly.
the change key. Failure to relock the combination
by this procedure may result in an unusable lock.
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n) Dial the new combination, including the O on the changing
index. Using the change key elbow, turn the keyhole button to the closed
position.
o) If the keyhole button wil 1 not return to the closed position,
the combination is incorrectly dialed. Redial.
P) Remove the masking tape from the opening index (if tape was
used) . Dial the new combination, using the OPENING index, end follow the
Pull out the shackle.
procedure presented in paragraph 3.3.1.1.
q) Turn cover locking screw to the RIGRT until it comes to a
complete stop.
r)
Slide the rear cover into place.
s) Turn cover locking screw out to the LEFT until it comes to a
complete stop. Relock the lock.
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t) Work the new combination at least three times before placing
the pedlock in service.
In accordance with security directives, record the
not
be
forgotten or lost.
new combination to ensure that it will
3.3. 1.4
Maintenance Recommendations
——
, There are no routine maintenance
requirements for the Sargeant & Greenleaf B077AB combination padlock.
3.4
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Mounted Combination
~cks
3.4.1
19B0-A RL. The 19B0-A RL is a Group lR mounted combination lock
intended for use on safes and vaults.
It has an entimanipulation device inside the lock. This device is operated with each revolution of the dinl and
does not affect operating conditions.
This lock is illustrated in Figures
24 and 25.
To open a La G~~rd
3.4. 1.1
@wi.Ig
Procedure - Factory-Set Combination.
Model 1980-A RL Combination Lock w[th a fectory-set combination at 50,
proceed as fol lows:
a) Turn the dial LEFT and pass the number 50 four times, stopping
with 50 lined up on the DP.SNING index the fifth time.
b) Turn the dial RIGHT until the dial stops. The combination
lock bolt will retract and the safe or vault may be opened.
OPE
IND
CHANGING
INDEX
Figure 24
Front View, LtIGard Model 1980-A RL Mounted
Combinat ion hck
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Opening Procedure - Previously Set Combination.
To open a La Gard
Model 1980-A RL Combination Lock using a previously set combination, proceed
as follows:
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a) Turn the dial to the LEFT at least four complete revolutions
to clear the combination lock.
b) Using the OPENING index, turn the dial to the LEFT, stopping
when the first number of the combination is aligned the fourth time.
c) Turn the dial to the RIGHT, stopping when the second number of
the combination is aligned with the OPENING index the third time.
d) Turn the dial to the LEFT, stopping when the third number of
the combination is .sligned with the OPENING index the second time.
e) Turn the dial to the RIGHT.
will not continue to turn to the right.
When the lock is open, the dial
To lock the La Gard Model 1980-A RL
3.4. 1.3
Securing Procedure.
Combination Lock, turn the dial four complete revolutions to the LE~.
3.4. 1.4
Combination Changing Procedure.
Changing the combination requires
access to the existing combination and a La Gard Group lR change key (see
Figures 26 snd 27). To change the combination, the lock must first be
opened using the present combination.
With the bolt fully retracted (lock
open), verify that the dial stops between 90 and 100 on the OPENING index,
and then proceed as follows:
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a) With the door or drawer open, throw the bolt(s) to the closed
position.
If the unit has a bolt interlock, it will be necessary to depress
the interlock plunger before the bolt(s) can be thrown while the unit is
open.
b) Throw the locking bolt by turning the dial at least four
revolutions in one direction.
.
c) Using the CHANGING index, turn the dial LEFT, stopping when
the first number of the old combination is aligned with the index the fourth
time.
d) Turn the dial RIGHT, stopping
when the second number of the
.
old combination is aligned with the CHANGING index the third time.
e) Turn the dial LEFT, stopping when the third number of the old
combination is aligned with the CHANGINGindex the second time. Hold the
dial fixed at this position.
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Ficure 26
Figure 27
La Gard 1980-A RL with Change
Key Inserted
cl !ange Key ~or the La Gard
Model 1980-A RL Position
f) Insert the change key and turn it to the L!Ill’until it stops
(approximately one-quarter turn). Leave the key in the lock and select a
new combination.
NOTE
On some units, it ❑ay he necessary to remove
a cover or door panel to expose the back of
the lock.
Never select a number between O end 20 as
the last number of the combination.
g) Using the CHANGING index, turn the dial LEFT, stopping when
the first number of the new combination is aligned the fourth time.
h) Turn the dial RIGHT, stopping when the second number of the
new combination is aligned with the CHANGING index the third time.
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i) Turn the dial IZPT, stopping when the third number of the new
combination is aligned with the CHANGING index the second time. Hold the
dial fixed at this position.
j)
Turn the change key to the RIGHT until it atops end remove the
key.
k) Work the new combination on the OPENING index at least three
times with the door or container open. Record the new combination in
accordance with security directives.
If the new combination fails to
operate, call a qualified locksmith.
To install the La Gard 1980-A RL
3..4.1.5
Installation Procedure.
combination lock, proceed as follows (reference Figure 25):
a)
Using template (provided with lock), position
lock in desired
location.
b) Using template, drill errd tap four holes in the ❑ounting plate
for the lock-mounting screws (1/4-20, item 4). Drill hole in mounting plate
for the spindle sheft (0.625-inch (16-MM) diameter).
c)
Install a dial ring assembly with the mounting
d)
Remove the combination
screws provided,
lock Cover Screws (16) and Back Cover
(14).
e) Lift off, BUT DO NOT DISCONNECT,
Trigger Spring (24).
f)
the Lever Trigger
(23) and
Remove tbe Drive Cam (11).
g) Carefully threed the dial spindle onto the drive cam until
snug. DO NOT FORCE DIAL. Measure the excess spindle length, unscrew,
remove, and carefully cut off the excese. Remove burrs.
h) Rethread the dial spindle onto the drive cam until snug and
back off to the appropriate slot in the drive cam, either RH (right-hand),
LH (left-hand), VO (vertical-up), or w (vertical-down).
To determine the
combination lock
of the drive cam
drive cam should
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“hand” of the lock: observe the back of the lock, If tbe
bolt is pointing to the right, the correct spline position
is right-hand or “RH.”
If the bolt points vertical-up, the
be splined “VU,” etc.
Insert the Spline Key (12) into the correct slot.
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j) With the Back Cover (14) removed, dial the combination on tbe
Changing Index, and observe that the change key boles in the wheels are
aligned properly to accept tbe Change Key (15).
k)
Reinstall
the Lever Trigger
(23) and Trigger Spring (24).
1)
Install the Back Cover (14) and Cover Mounting Screws.
IMPORTANT
Reinstall the back cover before inserting the
change key, then follow the combination changing
procedure.
3.4. 1.6
Periodic servicing will extend the
Maintenance Recommendations.
Each
life of the lock and is essential for maintaining propar security.
time the combination is changed, inspect the lock for wear, metal filings,
drilled holes, cracks, or any other visual signs of attempts to defeat the
lock by forced entry techniques.
The inspection process should include
removal of the back cover of tbe lock, and visual examination of each wheel
part as well as the cam and lever assembly to make sure nothing is worn or
damaged.
If lubrication is required, use molybdenum-disulf ide (powder).
NEVER use oil- or petroleum-based lubricants on combination locks.
Each time the back cover is removed, the combination should be
reset. Remember to check the combination at least three times before
locking the container.
Any maintenance other than changing tbe combination
the lock should be referred to a qualified locksmith.
3.5
Moslar Mounted Combination
and inspecting
Locks
3.5.1
MRK 120. The tlosler MRK 120 is a Group 1 combination lock. It
has an index on the face of the lock which is used for both dialing and
changing tha combination.
There ia no dial torque adjustment on this lock.
Dial resistance is held within the allowable range (MIL-L-15596 Saries) by
the friction plug and spring. This lock is illustrated in Figures 28 and
29.
.3.5.1.1
Opening Procedure.
proceed as follows:
To open the Mosler MRK 120 Combination
Lock,
a) Turn the dial to the LEFT, stopping when the first numbar of
the combination is aligned with the index the fourth time.
b) Turn the dial to the RIGHT, stopping when the second number of
the combination is aligned the third time.
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Figure 28
Front View, Mosler Model MRK 120 Mounted
Combination Lock
c) Turn the dial to the LEFT, stopping when the third number of
the combination is aligned the second time.
d) Turn the dial to the RIGHT, pausing momentarily at zero, and
continue turning until it stops. This retracts the locking bolt.
3.5. 1.2
To lock the MRK 120, turn the dial to the
Securing Procedure.
LEFT at least four complete revolutions.
Combination Changing Procedure.
3.5. 1.3
MRK 120, proceed as follows:
a)
combination.
directives.
To change the combination
on the
Use the guidelines in paragraph 2.1.3e. to make up a new
Record the new combination in accordance with local security
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b)
Open the door or container
as outlined
in paragraph
3.5.1.1.
c) With the door or container open, throw the locking bolt(s) to
the locked position.
If the unit has a bolt interlock, it will be necessary
to depress the interlock plunger before the bolt(s) can be thrown to a
locked posit ion.
d) With the locking bolt in the locked position,
least four revolutions in one direction.
turn the dial at
e) Add 10 to each number of the old combination.
Proceed to open
the lock as directed in peragraph 3.5.1.1, steps a) through c). Do not
execute step d). For example, if the old combination is 20-71-31, adding 10
will yield 30-81-41.
The dial is stopped end held in place after the last
number, 41, is dialed.
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f) Insert the change key into the keyhole in the back of the lock
(refer to Figures 30 and 31). The key is fully inserted when the bend in
the key reaches the cover plate. Turn the key in the direction indicated on
the back of the lock until it will not turn any farther. Do not force the
key.
NOTE
On some units, it may be necessary to remove a
cover or door panel to expose the back of the
lock.
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Add 10 tO each number of the new combination.
h) Turn the diel LEFf’, stopping when the firet number of the new
combination plus 10 aligns with the index the fourth time.
i) Turn the dial RIGHT, stopping when the second namber plus 10
aligns the third time.
j) Turn the dial LEFT, stOpping when the third number plus 10 is
aligned the second time. Hold the dial in this position.
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k) Turn the change key in the direction
the lock and remove th.akey.
opposite to the arrow on
1) Work the new combination at leaat three times with the door or
container open to verify that the combination is properly set and the lock
is operating smoothly.
If the new combination fails to operate, call for a
qualified locksmith.
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Mosler Model ilRK 120 Backplate
with Change Key in Inserted
POs ition
Figure 30
Change Key for the Mosler
Model MRK 120
3.5. 1.4
Installation Procedure.
Lock, proceed as follows:
a)
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Using template (provided with lock), position
lock in desired
location.
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b) Using template, drill and tap four holes in the mounting plate
Drill hole in mounting plate for
for the lock-attaching screws (1/4-20)
the spindle shaft (O.625-inch (16-mm) diameter)
c) Make sure bolt is in the locked or engaged position hy pulling
the bolt out with fingers.
d)
Remove back cover of the lock.
e) Securely fasten lock to mounting plate by installing the four
lock-attaching screws and tightening.
f) Fasten dial ring to door using screws and tighten tube nut (if
present on lock) and align with hole through door.
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g)
snug.
Insert didl into dial ring and hold snug.
h) Carefully thread the dial spindle onto the drive cam until
DO NOT FORCE DIAL.
carefully
burrs.
i) Measure the excess spindle length, unscrew, remove, and
cut off excess, leaving 1/16 inch (2 mm) above drive cam. Remove
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j ) Rethread the dial spindle onto the drive cam until snug and
back off until the keyways in the spindle and drive cam line up.
k) Insert the spline key. Drive the spline key in carefully.
the spline key becomes loose, the lock will not function properly.
Make
certain that the spline key is tight.
1) Attach the back cover using the cover mounting
lock is now ready to have the new combination set.
screws
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If
The
3.5. 1.5
Periodic servicing will extend the
Maintenance Recommendations.
life of the lock and is essential for maintaining proper security.
Each
time the combination is changed, inspect the lock for wear, metal filings,
drilled holes, cracks, or any other visual signs of attempts to defeat the
lock by forced entry techniques.
The inspection process should include
removal of the back cover of the lock, and v isua 1 examination of each wheel
part as wel 1 as the cam and lever assembly to make sure nothing is worn or
damaged.
If lubrication ia required, use molybdenum-d isulfide (powder) .
NEVER use oil- or petroleum-based lubricants on combination locks.
Each time the back cover is removed, the combination should be
reset. Remember to check the combination at least three times before
locking the contaj.ner.
Any maintenance other than changing the combination
the lock should be referred to a quallfied locksmith,
and inspecting
3.5.2
MRK 302-402.
The Mosler MRK 302-402 Groups 1 and IR combination
locks have a unique manipulation-resistant
cam mechanism.
TWo audible impulses can be heard when the dial is turned past the zero area. The purpose
of this feature is to defeat manipulation by the use of audio instruments
When the MRK 302-402 was first introduced, the dial snd dial ring remained
the same as the MR 302-402 Hand-Change lock (i.e. , one index on the face of
the lock used for opening the lock and changing tha combination) , If your
MRK 302-402 has only one index, refer to paragraphs 3.2.1.1 and 3.2. 1.3 of
this handbook for opening and combination changing procedures
The more
recent MRK 302-402 has both an opening index and a changing index on the
face of the lock. The difference between the FHfK 302 and the MRK 402 is
that the 302 has three wheels and a threa-number combination whereas the 402
has four wheels and a four-number combination.
llrere is no dial torque
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adjustment on these locks. Dial resistance is held within the allowable
range (MIL-L-15596F) by the friction plug and spring. The MRK 302-402 iS
illustrated in Figures 32 and 33.
3.5.2.1
Opening Procedure.
Lock, proceed as follows:
To open the Mos ler MRK 302-402 Combination
a) Turn the dial to the LEIT, stopping when the first number of
the combination is aligned with the OPENING index the fourth time.
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b) Turn the dial to the RIGHT, stopping when the second number of
the combination is aligned with the OPENING index the third time.
c) Turn the dial to the LEF1’, stopping when the third number of
the combination is aligned with the OPENING index tbe second time.
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INDEX
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OPENING
INDEX
0
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Figure 32
Front View, Moa ler Model NRK 302-402 Mounted
Combination Lock
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d) Turn the dial to the RIGHT, pausing momentarily at zero, and
continue turning until it stops. This retracts the locking bolt.
Securing Procedure.
To lock the MRK 302-402, turn the dial to the
3.5.2.2
LSFT at least four complete revolutions.
If there is both an opening and
3.5.2.3
Combination Changing Procedure.
chenging index on the fete of the MRK 302-402, proceed with step a) to
chenge the combination.
If the lock has only an opening index, the
combination changing procedure is identicel to that of the Mos ler NRK 120.
Use the procedure in paragraph 3.5.2.1, and 3.5.1.3, steps c) through k) .
a)
comhinat ion.
directions.
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b)
Use the guidelines in paregreph 2.1. 3e to ❑ake up e new
Record the new combination in accordance with security
Open the door or container as outlined
in paragraph
3.5.2.1.
c) With the door or conteiner open, throw the locking bolt to the
locked position.
If the unit has a bolt interlock, it will be necessary to
depress the interlock plunger before tbe bolt can be thrown to a locked
posit ion.
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d) With the locking bolt in the locked position,
leest four revolutions in one direction.
turn the dial at
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e) With the present (old) combination, use the same procedure as
when opening the unit except work the combination to the CHANGE index
instead of tbe OPENING index. On reaching the last number, stop and hold
the dial in place.
f) Insert tbe change key (see Figure 34) into the change key hole
in the back cover. Turn the key in the direction indicated by the arrow
until it stops. Leave the change key in this position (see Figure 35).
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On some units, it may be necessary to remove a
cover or door panel to expose the back of the
lock
g) Turn the dial at leest four revolutions
This will erase the old combination.
in one direction.
h) With the new combination, turn the dial to the LEfT, stopping
when the first number aligns with the CHANGING index the fourth time.
i) Turn the dial to the RIGHT, stopping when the second number is
eligned with the CHANGING index the third time.
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j) Turn the dial to the LEFT, stopping when the third number is
aligned with the CHANGING index the second time. Stop and hold the dial in
this position.
k) Turn the change key in the opposite direction
lock and remove the change key.
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indicated on the
1) Work the new combination at least three times with the door or
container open to verify the combination is properly set and the lock is
operating smoothly.
If the new combination fails to operate, call for a
qualified locksmith.
3.5.2.4
Installation Procedure.
To install a Mosler MRK 302-402
Combination Lock, proceed as follows:
a)
Using template (provided with lock), position
lock in desired
location.
b) Using template, drill and tap four holes in the mounting plate
for the lock-attaching screws (1/4-20)
Drill hole in mounting plate for
the spindle shaft (O.625-inch (16-mm) diameter).
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Change key for the Mosler
Model MRK 302-402
Figure 35
Mosler MRK 302-402 Backplate
with Change Key in Inserted
Position
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c) Make sure bolt is in the locked or engaged position by pulling
the bolt out with fingers.
d)
Remove back coves of the lock.
e) Securely fasten lock to mounting plate by installing the four
lock-attaching screws and tightening.
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f) Fasten dial ring to door using screws and tighten tube nut (if
present on lock) and align with hole through door).
d
snug.
Insert dial into dial ring and hold snug.
h) Carefully thread the dial spindle onto the drive cam until
Do not force dial.
carefully
burrs.
i) Measure the excess spindle length, unscrew, remove, and
cut off excess, leaving 1/16 inch (2 mm) above drive cam. Remova
_i) Rethread the dial spindle onto the drive cam until snug and
back off until the keyw.sys in the spindle and drive cam lina up.
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k) Insert the spline key. Drive the spline key in carefully.
Make
the spline key becomes loose, the lock will not function properly.
certain that the spline key is tight.
1) Attach the back cover using the cover mounting
lock is now ready to have the new combination set.
screws.
If
The
Periodic servicing will extend the
3.5.2.5
Maintenance Recommendations.
Each
life of the lock and is essential for maintaining proper security.
time tbe combination is changed, inspect the lock for wear, metal filings,
drilled holes, cracks, or any other visual signs of attempts to defeat the
The inspection process should include
lock by forced entry techniques.
removal of the back cover of the lock, and visual examination of each wheel
part as well as the cam and lever assembly to make sure nothing is worn or
damaged.
If lubrication is required, use molybdenum-d isulfide (powder)
NEVSR use oil- or petroleum-based lubricants on combination locks.
Each time the back cover is removed, the combination should be
reset. Remember to check the combination at least three times before
locking the container.
Any other maintenance other than changing the combination
inspecting the lock should be referred to a qualified locksmith.
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Section 4:
HAND-CHANGE
LQCKS
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General.
Hand-change locks require disassembly before new
combinations cen be set. The whee 1s ins ida the lock have greduat ions from O
to 100 on their outer ring and a removable serrated-edge disk in the center.
Before
The position of the center disk determines the combination setting.
changing tbe combination of any lock, read the antire change procedure
carefully.
Read installation instructions thoroughly before beginning an
installation procedure.
4.2
Mos ler Mount ed Combination
Locks
4.2.1
MR 302-402.
The Mosler MS 302-402 Groups 1 and lR combination
locks have a unique manipulation-resistant
cam mechanism.
No audible
impulses can be heard when the dial is turned past the O area. The purpose
of this design feature is to defeat manipulation by the use of audio
instruments.
The difference between the MR 302 and the Ml? 402 is that the
302 has three wheels and a three-number combination, whereas the 402 has
four wheels and a four-number combination.
There is no dial torque
adjustment on these locks. Dial resistance is held within the allowable
range (MIL-L-15596 Series) by tbe friction plug and spring. The MR 302 ia
illustrated in Figures 36 and 37.
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Front View, Mosler Model MS 302-402 Mounted
Combination Lock
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4.2, 1.1
Opening Procedure.
Lock, proceed as follows:
To open the Mos ler NR 302-402
Combination
a) Turn the dial LSFT, stopping when the first number of the
combination is aligned with the OPENING index the fourth time.
b) Turn the dial RIGHT, stopping when the second number is
aligned with the OPENING index the third time.
c) Turn the dial LEFT, stopping when the third number is aligned
with the OPENING index the second time.
d) Turn tbe dial RIGHT, pausing momentarily
continue turning until the locking bolt is retracted.
4.2.1.2
SecurinE Procedure.
least four full revolutions.
at O, and then
To lock the NR 302-402, turn the dial LSF1’ at
4.2. 1.3
Combination Changinz Procedure.
NR 302-402, proceed as follows:
To change the combination
on the
a) Select e new three-number sequence based on the rules in
paragreph 2.1. 3e. Record the new combination in accordance with security
directives.
b)
With the old combination,
open the lock as described
ebove.
c) With the door or drewer open, throw the bolt(s) to the closed
position.
If the unit has a bolt interlock, it will be necessary to depress
this interlock plunger before the bolt(s) cen be thrown while the unit is
open. Use the procedure recommended by the unit’ s manufacturer.
d)
~row
the locking bolt by turning the dial LSPT.
e) Remove the two back cover screws in the back of the lock.
Remove the cover. This will expose the wheel pack.
NOTE
On some units, it may be necessery to remove a
panel or small circular cover to expose the back
of the lock.
CAUTION
Whenever disassembling the wheel pack in order
to change the combination, the components NUST
be reassembled in the same sequence as they were
removed from the wheel post.
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f)
Remove the retsining ring from the wheel post.
The wheels are numbered
8) Remove the wheels and spacers.
sequentially on the outer plastic rinE (reference Figure 38). Wheel number
1 is set at- the first number of the c~mbf.nation and Is the uheel sdjacent to
the back cover plate.
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h) Hold the number 1 wheel assembly with the numbers facing
upward and push the center disk up until it is removed from the outer ring.
Rotate center disk until the setting index is aligned with the desired
number on the ring (Figure 38). Press the center disk bsck into position
until it is flush with the outer plastic ring. Observe that numbers
Change the combination settings on
incresae counterclockwise on the wheels.
the remaining wheels in the same ❑ anner.
To help
i) Replace the parts on the post in the proper sequence.
identify wheels for proper reassembly, each Mos ler wheel has a number 1, 2,
or 3 ❑olded next to one side of the gate (reference Figure 38). Further
conf irmat ion is gained by observing that the gate (cutout) of the ❑iddle
wheel (wheel No. 2) is 180 degrees opposite O. There ❑ay be ❑ ore than one
tension washer at the base of the wheel post. The numbered sides of the
wheels face upward. When the retaining ring is replaced, check to ensure
that it is properly seated in the groove on the post and that all wheels and
spacers are properly ❑ounted on the wheel post.
j) After ❑aking sure that the dial is not set at zero, replace
the cover and screws. Tighten screws firmly.
k) Try the new combination at least three times with the door or
If the new combination does not work properly, remove the
container open.
wheel assembly and check tbe combination setting.
4.2.1.4
Installation Procedure.
Lock, proceed as follows:
a)
To install a Mos ler MR 302-402 Combination
Using template (provided with lock), position
lock in desired
location.
b] Usin~ temDlate. drill and taD four holaa in the mounting Dlata
for the lock-attacfiing ~crew~ (1/4-20). D~ill hole in mounting plate-fir
the spindle shaft (O.625-inch (16-mm) diameter).
c) Make sure bolt is in the locked or engaged position by pulling
the bolt out with fingers.
d)
Remove back cover of the lock.
e) Securely fasten lock to mounting plate by installing
lock-attaching screws and tightening.
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INDEX
NUMBER
Figure 38
Mosler MR 302, Wheels
f) While aligning hole through door, fasten dial ring to door
using screws,
g)
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Insert dial into dial ring and hold snug
h) Carefuly thread the dial spindle onto the drive cam until
DO NOT FORCE DIAL.
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i) Maasure the excess spindle length, unscrew, remove, and
carefully cut off excess leaving 1/16 inch (2 mm) abova drive cam. Remove
burrs.
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back off until the keyways in the spindle and drive cam line up.
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k) Insert the spline key. Drive the spline key in cerefully.
Make
the spline key becomes loose, the lock will not function properly.
certain that the splino key is tight.
If
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1) Attach the back cover using the cover ❑ounting screws.
lock is now ready to have the new combination set.
The
Periodic servicing wil 1 extend the
4.2. 1.5
Maintenance Recommendations.
Each time
life of the lock and is essential for maintaining proper security.
the combination is changed, inspect the lock for wear, ❑etal filings,
drilled holes, cracks, or any other visual signs of attempts to defeat the
The inspection process should include
lock by forced entry techniques.
removal of the back cover of the lock, and visual examination of each wheel
part as well as the cam and lever assembly to make sure nothing is worn or
damaged.
If lubrication is required, use molybdenum-disul fide (powder).
NEVER use oil- or petroleum-based lubricants on combination locks.
Each time the back cover is removed, the combination should be
Remember to check the combination at least three times before
locking the container.
reset.
Any maintenance other than changing the combination
the lock should be referred to a qualified locksmith.
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REFERENCES
NOTE: Unless otherwise specified in the text,
users of this handbook should utilize the latest
revisions of the documents cited herein.
FEDERAL/MILITARY SPECIFICATIONS, STANDARDS, BULLETINS, HANDBOOKS, AND NAVFAC
GUIDE SPECIFICATIONS:
The following specifications and standards form a part of this document to
the extent specified herein. Unless otherwise indicated, copies are
available from Commanding Officer, Naval Publications and Forms Center,
ATTENTION:
NPODS, 5801 Tabor Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19120-5099.
SPECIFICATIONS
FED-SPEC FF-P-11O
Padlock, Changeable Combination
(Resistant to Opening By Manipulation
and Surreptitious Attack)
STANDARDS
MIL-L-15596
Locks, Combination (Safe and Safe
Locker)
NON-GOVERNMENTPUBLICATIONS:
The following publications form a part of this document to the extent
specified herein. Unless otherwise indicated, copies are available from
Underwriters Laboratories, 333 Pfingsten Road, Northbrook, Illinois 60062:
UL-768
Standard for Combination Locks
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